Have you had Japanese fried chicken (karaage) before? It's boneless, bite-sized, seasoned to perfection, and might just be the best fried chicken you'll ever eat. One of the best spots for karaage in Ginza is a restaurant called 'Chawari,' which serves customizable karaage and tea-based alcoholic drinks. Check it out!
Karaage is a Japanese word that refers to boneless, bite-sized pieces of fried meat (usually chicken). It's one of the most popular foods in Japan and can be found at restaurants and convenience stores everywhere. This article will tell you all about karaage, including how to pronounce it, links to great restaurants, and a recipe!
Japanese fried chicken and fried chicken, how is it different? Well try this simple recipe at home to find out for yourself!
No need to use napkins 'cos you'll be lickin' your fingers after you eat Japan's version of deep-fried chicken. Here's 5 places to get these scrumptious little suckers into your belly!